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HomeAid Atlanta invites you to sip & shop for a good cause on Thursday, April 12 at Swoozie’s Buckhead. Whether you’re looking for a Mother’s Day, graduation or birthday gift, you can pick out a great item at a discount and fund HomeAid Atlanta’s efforts to build new lives for Atlanta’s homeless population.

Brought to you by the Young Professionals Group of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, Sip & Shop is sure to be not only a fun networking event for attendees but a great way to give back, since 15 percent off all the proceeds from the event will go to HomeAid Atlanta to help the organization assist Atlanta’s homeless population.

From 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Swoozie’s will provide attendees with free snacks and glasses of bubbly while they shop. Not only can guests pick out the perfect gift for a loved one at a 15 percent discount, but they can also shop with the confidence that they are giving back.

Don’t forget to register to attend Sip & Shop. Click here to attend Sip & Shop for free. Swoozie’s Buckhead is located at 4285 Roswell Road Northeast, #10 in Atlanta.

sip & shopDesigned to encourage under-40 members’ involvement in every level of the association including networking, education and advocacy initiatives, the Young Professionals committee helps lead the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s efforts to make membership more attractive to this important demographic by exploring services and products that will better serve its unique needs. The Young Professionals Group members are young professionals in the building industry working to build the next generation of industry leaders. Their goal is to energize the under-40 workforce by offering a fun platform to connect with one another and potential mentors which will in turn help expand their professional network.

The Young Professionals Group is proud to support HomeAid Atlanta, the officially designated charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. For more news on HomeAid Atlanta’s efforts to build new lives for homeless Atlantans, visit